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Types of Labels for Operations

Thermal Printer Labels Thermal Direct and Thermal Transfer (Stock & Custom)

Pricing, Product ID, Bar Code, Picking, Shipping, Asset Management, Freezer, Pharmaceutical, Nutritional

Laser Printer Labels High Speed and Standard for both Hot & Cold Fusing (Stock & Custom)
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The 3 components of a label:

Face Sheet The top surface of a label Many face sheet options are available for both the type of material (Paper and Film) and material finish (Coated, Un-Coated Gloss, Matte, Smudgeproof). Which to use is  predicated by purpose of use.
Adhesive Coated onto the face sheet There are two families of adhesives; Permanent and Removable. Within these families there are many variations in order to accommodate a variety of  surface substrates. Adhesives are applied to a face sheet via a cold or hot melt technique. 
Liner A substrate that is a impregnated with a silicone coating to facilitate the adhesive release  Liners are generally a kraft paper, but may be a film. It is the part of a product that generally becomes waste once the label is removed. However, depending on intended use, construction techniques may extend its purpose.

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Omega assumes a lead role working with our clients to fully understand their labeling needs and provide:

  • Maximum Up-Time (Omega make sure you always have a product that works, when you need it and where you need it)
  • Cost Avoidance (Omega prevents you from incurring the costs associated with in efficiencies - often difficult to recognize and usually greater then expected)
  • Value (Omega monitors usage history and predicts needs so that an item may be intelligently obtained based on facts for economical just in time replenishment.

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